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EMBODYING AMERICAN SLAVERY IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE, LISA WOOLFORK, (2009) Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 248 pp., ISBN 978-0-252-03390-2, hbk, $40 SLAVERY AND SENTIMENT ON THE AMERICAN STAGE, 1787–1861: LIFTING THE VEIL OF BLACK, HEATHER S. NATHANS, (2009) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 275 pp., ISBN 978-0-521-87011-5, hbk, £50 REPRESENTATION AND CONTESTATION: CULTURAL POLITICS IN A POLITICAL CENTURY, CHING-YU LIN AND JOHN McSWEENEY (EDS), (2010) Vol. 73, Critical Issues Series, New York: Rodopi, 255 pp., ISBN 978-90-420-3149-4, pbk, £48 APPLIED THEATRE: INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDIES AND CHALLENGES FOR PRACTICE, MONICA PRENDERGAST AND JULIANA SAXTON, (2009) Bristol/Chicago: Intellect, 224 pp., ISBN 978-1-84150-281-6, pbk, £19.95 CLOSER: PERFORMANCE, TECHNOLOGIES, PHENOMENOLOGY, SUSAN KOZEL, (2008) Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 355 pp., ISBN 978-0-262-11310-6, hbk, £25.95 BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE: THE CRISIS IN BRITAIN’S REGIONAL THEATRES, OLIVIA TURNBULL, (2008) Bristol: Intellect, 192 pp., ISBN 978-1-84150-208-3, pbk, £19.95, $40 RUSSIA, FREAKS AND FOREIGNERS: THREE PERFORMANCE TEXTS, JAMES MACDONALD, (2008) Bristol/Chicago: Intellect, 219 pp., ISBN 978-1-84150-186-4, pbk, £14.95

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/peet.1.2.229_4

Affiliations: 1: University of York 2: Royal Holloway, University of London 3: University of Ulster 4: University of Exeter

Publication date: April 25, 2011

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